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EU power market reform - helping or slowing down the industry?

“Energy is key for competitiveness. European companies have high expectations from the upcoming power market reform. It needs to re-incentivise investments in the power sector and take firm actions to reduce the power price differential with main competitors.” said Markus J. Beyrer, BusinessEurope Director General, today at the high-level event organised at the Slovak Permanent Representation in Brussels. Attended by the Slovak Ambassador Alexandre Micovčin, Commissioner Arias Canete and many speakers from industry, member states and academia, the conference discussed key challenges with the power market today and tomorrow, the role of capacity mechanisms and future policy framework to make renewable energy a success story in Europe. Conference detailsPhotos - Videos

Last updated: 27 October 2016